By Liam Cairns - September 2013
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is the much anticipated follow-up to 2010's hit first-person horror game The Dark Descent. For those of you unfamiliar with these games - forget the high-powered shotguns, pistols, grenades and chainsaws of other games - you are left stranded in dark depths with nothing but a light source in your shaking hand and your heart beating in your mouth.
Liam Cairns settles his nerves and gives us his take on this latest instalment. Is this another horror gaming classic in the making, or another piece of meat for the grinder?
By Andreas Charalambous - 4th June 2014
Enter the world of the trashy B-movie with Into the Dark - Ultimate Trash Edition.
You play Peter O'Brannon - a heavy-drinking private detective entering a bizzare world of Nazi zombie hookers, dark humour, Night of the Living Dead and vintage pornography!
Truly a playable trashy B-movie.
By Ross Wildish - 15th August 2014
Outlast is an extremely atmospheric game with strong themes of horror, violence and jump-scares (just how we like them!).
We review Outlast: Whistleblower, the DLC chapter expansion to the highly successful original game from Red Barrels.
By Andreas Charalambous - 16th October 2014
The Evil Within marks the return of Shinji Mikami to the survival horror game genre.
A police detective investigating a multiple murder at a mental hospital finds himself plunged into a dark, twisted and disturbing world in what is hailed as Mikami's finest work since Resident Evil 4.
By Ross Wildish - 28th October 2014
Alien: Isolation is the latest attempt by Sega at reigniting the popular Alien franchise for the gaming masses.
Following the buggy mess that was Aliens: Colonial Marines, could this new survival horror offering make up for past disappointments?